Travel To Poland Suspended

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Since the outbreak of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, University officials have monitored the situation closely and contemplated how events may impact the safety of University travelers. Due to an explosion in Przewodow, Poland today, which killed two people and is under investigation by Polish and US authorities as a possible Russian missile attack, Pepperdine is suspending all travel to Poland until further notice. University officials will continue to monitor this situation and track the Russia/Ukraine conflict for additional potential impacts to University international travel. Community updates will be provided as needed.  

All other international travel remains governed by Pepperdine’s International Travel Policy. Travelers are reminded to log their travel in the University’s travel log supported by International SOS; instructions for doing so are available in WaveNet. Additionally, individuals should remain aware of current events throughout their travels.